The European Union sets a target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by at least 20% by 2020 in a new package of proposals on energy and climate change. The European Commission says climate change, increasing oil and fossil fuel dependence and rising energy prices are making Europe increasingly vulnerable. It wants targets of 20% of the total proportion of energy derived to be from renewable sources and 10% from biofuels in transport fuel by 2020. Each EU member country will be allowed ...
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